Spoilers for "My Boys" coming up just as soon as I tell a Charlie Rose lie...
If the season premiere was half-funny, half-obligatory, then "Dinner Party" is "My Boys" firing pretty much on all cylinders. PJ isn't necessarily funny by herself, but put her in a situation where she has to hold the leash for some of her boys -- notably Kenny and Mike here -- and Jordana Spiro can do something amusing with that. So last week's half-boys/half-PJ (with a sprinkling of Bobby) formula wasn't that great, while this week's half-Andy/half-PJ+boys worked quite nicely.
Andy's nanny situation started out cliched but kinda funny (notably with Bobby's Chris Farley-esque "Do you guys remember the time she was here?") and then became unexpected and very funny as he realized the downside of having an ultra-hot nanny. (It's no coincidence that the lamest part of that subplot, and of the whole episode, was the scene where Brendan and Bobby both show up at the house to drool over Elsa, as it's the part that plays most into the cliche.) Andy's desire to take off his pants, eat junk food and watch "Point Break" was a nice commentary on the priorities of a happily-married guy in his late '30s, and well-played by Jim Gaffigan. (His monologue about the two women being "the perfect level of attractive" was particularly nice.)
But for once, an Andy story wasn't the highlight of a "My Boys" episode. I really got a kick out of the whole situation with Mike and Kenny and the two musicians, whether it was PJ shutting them up with the self-tanner/pillowcase-underpants warning (as I said in last week's column, funny shorthand for how much dirt she has on them both), Mike complaining that "my girl's broken," or Kenny inexplicably turning out to be the evening's real drawing card. (In fairness, his only real competition was Mike, but under normal circumstances, I can see how the two would be equally girl-repelling -- just as, under the right circumstances, either one could suddenly seem strangely appealing.)
What did everybody else think?